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THERE AIN’T NO ‘CARE’ IN OBAMACARE: Medical Expert Brings the Hammer Down on SCOTUS
“When one is dealing with our federal government, including the Supreme Court, most things are not what they seem. Our ‘leaders’ enjoy doing the exact opposite of what the American people expect, or want.”
Such is the core message inside the latest blog from Dr. Kipp Van Camp, a physician, business owner, author of the new book MisDiagnosis, and an outspoken critic of Obama’s healthcare power play from day one.
As a guest on your show, Van Camp can offer a compelling and wholly unique insider’s perspective on the hottest topic in the news right now—presenting a realistic critique of Obama’s signature legislation destined to leave the America we love bankrupt, sick and longing for the way things used to be.
“‘We have to pass it to know what’s in it’,” says Van Camp, reciting the infamous quote from, then, Speaker of the House, Nancy Pelosi (D-CA). “Well, I have read and studied it. And, like me, the American people are not going to like it.”
Apart from the explosive cost of the law, Van Camp points out that the American College of Physicians (ACP) anticipates a shortage of up to 44,000 primary care doctors by 2025, while the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) raises that number to 150,000.
Find out what all this really means for life as we know it, and what the odds are that we can undo the damage. Plus, get a medical professional’s reasoned outline for what healthcare reform looks like when politicians put their own interests aside for the true welfare of the people.
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QUESTIONS FOR DR. VAN CAMP MIGHT INCLUDE:
1. Justice Roberts has stated that he wants to make his court one of constitutional issues not political, and the SCOTUS decision has done the exact opposite. Do you think he took the easy way out? (90 secs)
2. How long have you been in medicine? (30 secs)
3. What makes you qualified to render an opinion regarding healthcare reform, and specifically, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA)? (60-90 secs)
4. There are many sources that claim the American healthcare system is one of the poorer of the developed nations in the world? In fact, they use such claims as 42nd in life expectancy rates and high 30s with regard to infant mortality rate. How can you defend a system with these shortcomings? (3 min)
5. Somewhere around 46 million Americans are without health insurance. How can we not afford to reform the current system? (2-3 min)
6. Every year, ordinary citizens see their health insurance premiums go up? Are you suggesting that this is acceptable? (2 min)
7. Many Americans have pre-existing conditions and this allows them to be denied health insurance. Doesn’t the PPACA solve this problem? (2-3 min)
8. President Obama said, “If you like your physician and you like your current health plan, nothing changes. You can keep your doctor and your current insurance.” Isn’t that a good solution? (2 min)
9. Much has been made over death panels. America wouldn’t put up with death panels, would they? (2 min)
10. President Obama has stated that there would be no rationing of healthcare. Isn’t that what we want? Simply the medical care that we need? So, what on earth could be wrong with that? (90 secs)
11. Even if there are some shortcomings with the PPACA, isn’t there a checks and balances system in place in the form of the HHS Secretary, Kathleen Sebelius? Doesn’t that guarantee that the American citizens will be protected from any possibility of “limited or failed legislation”? After all, she was even the Insurance Commissioner of Kansas, so you know she understands health insurance. (2-3 min)
12. Isn’t it true that doctors are generally in the upper middle to higher socioeconomic class? Shouldn’t they be able to give more? Haven’t we overpaid our physicians, and hasn’t that contributed to the ever-increasing healthcare costs? (3 min)
13. It is often stated during national debates that we need medical malpractice tort reform. Isn’t this really a myth? Don’t doctors use this as an excuse to make up for their own mistakes and negligence? (4 min)
14. The conservatives complain that there are too many mandates or regulations included in the PPACA. Hasn’t our current system become too lax, and don’t we need more control and oversight in the form of regulations? (4-5 min)
15. It appears that you are arguing against the PPACA simply to protect your current income level. What do you say to that claim? (2-3 min)
16. The PPACA is the law of the land. It passed. Isn’t this what America wanted? And now that it’s the law, why would you even waste your time trying to claim that it isn’t quality or sound legislation. Shouldn’t you, and all others against the PPACA just “shut-up” and accept that you lost this debate?
DR. VAN CAMP’S BLOG ON THE SUPREME COURT’S OBAMACARE DECISIONS CAN BE FOUND IN ITS ENTIRETY AT:
ABOUT YOUR GUEST, DR. KIPP VAN CAMP:
An interventional radiologist and former family practitioner, Dr. Van Camp is triple board certified. His extensive formal education includes medical training with two residencies and a fellowship covering a span of nine years of post-graduate education.
Dr. Van Camp began his medical career practicing family medicine in Weston, Missouri, doing everything that family practitioners do, from baby delivery to pediatrics to elder care. Soon after, he completed a residency in diagnostic radiology at Oklahoma State University in Tulsa, followed by a fellowship in interventional radiology at Washington Hospital Center in Washington, D.C.
Dr. Van Camp’s entrepreneurial spirit and his passion for healing led him to pursue and found a variety of health-centric ventures. He is a co-owner of radiology practices in Kansas City, Missouri and Topeka, Kansas. Dr. Van Camp is owner and Medical Director of Rejuvenate Medical Spa, providing minimally invasive cosmetic medical procedures. He serves as an adjunct professor at Washburn University and the University of Kansas. Dr. Van Camp also engages in clinical and scientific medical research, and serves as the Medical Director of Precise Clinical Research.
His extensive life experiences combined with a constant study of and research on topics of interest have given Dr. Van Camp the knowledge and insight to address a wide variety of health-related topics. An accomplished presenter with a relaxed yet thought-provoking approach, Dr. Van Camp has been a sought-after public speaker since 1999.
In addition to his medical, entrepreneurial and speaking engagements, Dr. Van Camp is a published author. Before MisDiagnosis, his newest release, Always Allie told the story of how a feisty Bichon Frise transformed his life while exploring the bonds between humans and animals.
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